As woke deviants continue to strive toward the normalization of what would otherwise be considered outright “depravity” while shouting down anyone who points out inherent dangers posed to children, the United Kingdom is set to release a 78-year-old former pop star pedophile and convicted child rapist from prison after serving only half his sentence for keeping his “nose clean.”
In 2015, English pop star Gary Glitter, born Paul Francis Gadd, was sentenced to 16 years in prison after being found guilty of sexually abusing children between 1975 and 1980. His crimes included four counts of molesting an underage girl, raping a girl under 13 years old, and attempting to rape an eight-year-old.
Late Friday, The Sun confirmed from sources within the Ministry of Justice that the glam rocker, known for “Rock and Roll (Part 1 and 2)” and “Do You Wanna Touch Me,” was expected to be released as early as February 2023 without a Parole Board review for good behavior.
“Glitter has kept his nose clean in prison and toed the line and now his sentence is almost over,” the source told the outlet. Meanwhile, “The nature of his determinate sentence means the case won’t go to the Parole Board.”
“It simply means that as soon as his sentence is over, he is free to walk out of the prison gates,” the source added to The Sun. However, Gadd would be expected to wear a tracking monitor following his release.
Lmao at Gary Glitter being released early for ‘good behaviour’ – yeah that’s cause there’s no kids in prison
— Chloe (@dreamredux) December 17, 2022
At his sentencing hearing, Judge Alistair McCreath had expressed, “It is difficult to overstate the depravity of this dreadful behavior.”
Though the conviction for his crimes in the 70s came much later, the pop star had become known as a pedophile in 1997 when he was discovered to have around 4,000 images of child sexual abuse downloaded on a computer. In 1999 he was sentenced to four months behind bars for child pornography.
Some seven years later, Gadd was found guilty of raping a minor in Vietnam, a crime for which he spent three years incarcerated there before later getting deported to the UK where he had to register as a sex offender. Despite his sordid record and rampant concerns of Hollywood’s protection of other child abusers, one of Gadd’s former hits was featured in the 2019 film “The Joker.”
Recently, President Joe Biden also seemed to glorify the endangerment of children as he welcomed drag queen Marti Cummings to the White House Tuesday as he celebrated the signing of the Respect for Marriage Act.
What a drag: Queen controversy at same-sex bill signing overshadows Biden winhttps://t.co/G77cLUA8Y4
— American Wire News (@americanwire_) December 14, 2022
While the bill had been touted as a means to protect “same-sex marriage” at the federal level, Biden not only invited the performer who had tweeted in the past, “The kids are out to sing and suck d!” he also spoke about his desire to protect access for gender mutilation surgeries for kids.
“We need to challenge the hundreds of callous, cynical laws,” the president stated, “introduced in the states targeting transgender children, terrifying families and criminalizing doctors who give children the care they need.”
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